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  1.  (978.21)
    I liked it better when Richard Geefe did it.
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      CommentAuthorZ
    • CommentTimeFeb 12th 2008
     (978.22)
    Okay, I'm not a big 'Firefly' fan either (did enjoy the movie), but that shit is fucking hilarious. =D

    (And, from an <em>artistic</em> standpoint, better written and more engaging than the melodramatic shit.)

    - Z
  2.  (978.23)
    So she's saying she's beaten Halo 3?
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      CommentAuthorScribe
    • CommentTimeFeb 12th 2008
     (978.24)
    Something about the whole deadline-thing feels weird to me. If you're tired of living, why wait 90 days?


    She could at least be considerate and cut it down to ten days. Some of us have better things to do other than wait around to see if she is serious.
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      CommentAuthorZ
    • CommentTimeFeb 12th 2008
     (978.25)
    @Scribe
    "Yeah, hurry up and kill yourself already!"

    * * *

    It's clear from the length of the deadline she wants as much attention as possible.

    - Z
  3.  (978.26)
    Maybe she paid her bills and wanted to get one more month's use out of her place, her MMORPGS and whatnot before she died? ;)
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      CommentAuthorScribe
    • CommentTimeFeb 12th 2008
     (978.27)
    It's clear from the length of the deadline she wants as much attention as possible.


    I totally agree. I don't think she is serious, she's just a drama whore.

    My prediction: 90 days will pass without intervention, and she will not kill herself. Someone will find out who she is, and she will get even more attention. She will be as happy as a pig in shit with all the tabloid attention she will garnish.

    The part they never think about - what do they do when all the attention is gone and they become the answer to some obscure trivia question? All they will be remembered as is the person who cried wolf.
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      CommentAuthorZ
    • CommentTimeFeb 12th 2008
     (978.28)
    And what does that do for the people who really are hunted by wolves...

    * * *

    I'll leave this thread to devolve into jokes now. I said my bit.

    - Z
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      CommentAuthorAlexis
    • CommentTimeFeb 12th 2008
     (978.29)
    If it is fiction then it is pretty irresponsible. Reminds me of the pro anorexia and bulimia sites (google "my friend anna" or "my friend mia") It is likely that like-minded kids will flock to the site and I wouldn't be surprised if people pledge to commit suicide with her.
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      CommentAuthorScribe
    • CommentTimeFeb 12th 2008
     (978.30)
    This isn't the first suicide journal put on the web. Here is another that was started in 2004.
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      CommentAuthorZ
    • CommentTimeFeb 12th 2008
     (978.31)
    Sink! Sink, sink, sink, sink, sink, sink, sink, sink, sink, sink, sink, sink, sink, sink, sink, sink, sink, sink, sink, sink, sink, sink, sink, sink, sink, sink, sink, sink, sink damn you!

    - Z
  4.  (978.32)
    If she is just an attention whore wanting affirmation, then insuring the 90dayJayne pisstake gets more hits would be a nice reply. After all, those Browncoats are lacking a shiny cause these days...
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      CommentAuthorroque
    • CommentTimeFeb 12th 2008
     (978.33)
    it is really interesting what people will do to get attention on the internet, and the effect it has on other people. I'm fascinated.

    (I'm talking about this thread. not even bothering to read the original link.)
  5.  (978.34)
    You know, I wonder if the internet is actually affecting suicide rates at all.
    Not quite sure how one would go about determining if there was a correlation (It'd be awkward), but it does make me wonder, the ratio of false cries, to people who do warn of it online, compared to rates of suicide worldwide...
    • CommentAuthorsacredchao
    • CommentTimeFeb 13th 2008
     (978.35)
    If you check the site now, you'll find that she's given up the killing herself thing. Supposedly, all the comments and emails got to her.

    She bores me.
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      CommentAuthorhectorlima
    • CommentTimeFeb 13th 2008
     (978.36)
    ...aaand, the blog was taken offline. either by Blogger or herself. the .com url is still taking us to the 404 page, so i guess, after sacredchao post, that the whole thing was prooooobably true [i liked the psychic vampirism bit, Z, and agree with you] and she just regretted it.

    i so hope she has now the likes for Office Guy.
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      CommentAuthorScribe
    • CommentTimeFeb 13th 2008
     (978.37)
    Just a FYI, 90DayJane went back up on a new URL, but it appears to have a virus imbedded on the You Tube video links.
  6.  (978.38)
    So 90 day Jane isn't content to just whine and emo and destroy herself. She must also destroy your computers.
    UGH.
    :<
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      CommentAuthorScribe
    • CommentTimeFeb 13th 2008
     (978.39)
    So 90 day Jane isn't content to just whine and emo and destroy herself.


    The whole thing was a hoax.
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      CommentAuthorZ
    • CommentTimeFeb 13th 2008
     (978.40)
    @Hector

    Thanks. Psychic vampirism is a dangerous condition. People confide in me a lot (<em>a lot</em>), I've had to learn the difference between someone dearly in need of help and a bit of human compassion, and people who want nothing more than to bitch, complain, and demand the attention of others using scare tactics and passive aggressive threats.

    "I want to kill myself" can be said so many ways.

    In this case, it was bullshit- hoax or not.

    - Z